IDC's United States Mobile Enterprise Services research focuses on the service provider strategies for bringing mobile services to businesses. This program looks in-depth at the market opportunity for wireless data services in enterprises such as wireless WAN solutions, advanced mobile applications, and services offered through the operator channel. It also analyzes the evolving trends in managed mobility. The program provides annual forecasts of mobile adoption in the enterprise as well as insight into the role of the operator in the IoT ecosystem. Profiles and analyses of major wireless service providers — both domestic and worldwide — and their solutions and market trends are also included.
- Business mobile services adoption
- Rate plan positioning and enterprise opportunity
- Corporate-liable/individual-liable strategies by operators
- Evolution of operator strategies to enterprise mobility
- Channels to market for enterprise mobility — role of systems integrator
- Advanced mobile services for the enterprise
- Evolution of mobile life-cycle services — TEM, MDM, application, and connectivity management solutions
- Enterprise mobile preferences and behaviors
- Best practices of global mobile operators
- Opportunity for enterprise mobility with MNCs
- Mobile Enterprise Subscriber, Revenue, and ARPU Forecast
- Demand-Side Research on Enterprise Mobile Behaviors and Preferences
- U.S. Mobile Life-Cycle Forecast
- Global Operator Enterprise Mobility Analysis
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- What is the role of the service provider in mobile solutions across the enterprise?
- How can U.S. mobile operators implement mobility that meets the needs of multinational companies?
- What are the key lessons learned from mobile operators across the globe when it comes to increasing business wireless usage?
- How do the operators' domestic and international rate plan offers position them competitively for the enterprise market?
- How are enterprises managing the complexity mobility brings to the IT department?
IDC's United States Mobile Enterprise Services program examines how mobile operators and service providers are positioning themselves to compete in the advanced communications market. This program reviews the strategies, market positioning, and future direction of several providers in the enterprise mobility and IP market, including:
Apple, AT&T, Axeda, BlackBerry, BT, Cisco, Clearwire, Cox Communications, Deutsche Telekom, Google, HP, HTC, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Motorola Solutions, Nokia, Orange Business Services, Qualcomm, Qwest, Samsung, Skype, Sprint, Telefónica, T-Mobile, Verizon Business, Verizon Wireless, and Vodafone.
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